October 8, 2012
Every day, city of Kansas City employees work diligently to improve the quality of life in Kansas City. Some go the extra mile, and for those employees, the city has created the Rich Noll Pacesetter Award.
Rich Noll worked for the city of Kansas City for 26 years and started out as a public management intern. Working his way up from budget analyst to budget supervisor, he became the assistant city manager in 1995 and continued to serve the city until he died from a sudden illness in 2010. Noll was known for his friendliness, humor and his knack for remembering people’s names.
The Rich Noll Pacesetter Award is for city employees who demonstrate extraordinary service to their community, its residents and businesses. Nominations can be made by city employees or residents.
To nominate an employee, visit www.kcmo.org/pacesetter or to request a paper nomination form, contact Kimberly Randolph by emailing her at email@example.com.
Awards are presented regularly each month in the City Council legislative meeting.
Deadline for nominations is the 15th of each month.
For more information, contact Randolph at 816-513-6503.